Monday, October 29, 2007

Is This Actually News?

Gap clothing still made in sweatshops
"This may not be what they want to hear as they pull off fresh clothes from clean racks in stores but shoppers in the West should be thinking 'Why am I only paying £30 for a hand-embroidered top. Who made it for such little cost? Is this top stained with a child's sweat?' That's what they need to ask themselves," says Bhuwan Ribhu, a Delhi lawyer and activist for the Global March Against Child Labour.

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